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17th Century Tokens : Thames_Ditton-Woking in Surrey

W Numbers refer to Williamson's  Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland, (1891)

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W289: Surrey, Thames Ditton (Farthing): (1662)
O  HIS FARTHIN
SAMVELL HOY AT HIS FARTHIN
R  S E H
THAMES DITTON 1662 S E H
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W290: Surrey, Tooting (Farthing): (1665)
O  A fleur-de-lys
EDWARD ELDERFIELD
R  E E E
LOWER TOOTIN 1665 E E E
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W294: Surrey, Walton-on-Thames (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  The Grocers' Arms
FRANCIS HOLDEN OF
R  F M H
WALTON ON THAMES F M H
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W298: Surrey, Wandsworth (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A man making candles
CHRISTPHER BAYLEY
R  C S B
OF WANSWORTH C S B
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The name of this family occurs in the poor rate for Wandsworth, made April 10, 1666, in two places under the heading, "Account of Persons gone out of towne."
W299: Surrey, Wandsworth (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A man making candles
CHRISTOPHER BAYLEY
R  C S B
OF WANSWORTH C S B
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The following extracts are taken from the parish registers and other documents:

Christening. 1607. June 21, Christopher, son of Will. Baylie.
Christening. 1637. Sep. 25, Christopher, son of Rich. Bailey.*
Burial. 1664. Aug. 25, Mr. Christopher Bayly
Burial. 1665. Dec 20, Sara Bailey, widowe.

It may be noted that she is not reported as having died of the plague. 1665 was one of the plague years at Wandsworth.

Christopher Bailey was churchwarden 1647-8.

Churchwardens' accounts, 1649-50:

"Pd Xpr Bailey for nailes and pauing tyles, 00 03 4."

About this date several entries to "Goodman Bayly for nayles."

"1654. Rec'd of Christopr Bayley for a yeres rent for ye Clock acre, 02 00 00."
"1656. Pd Mr. Duncombe ye Clerke by Christopher Bayley the yeares Rent of the Clocke Acre for his looking to the Clocke and finding oyle etc., 02 00 00."
"List of goods, 1661.--One hearse cloth ye Guift of Mrs. Bayly."
"1664.--Account of the Church stock Oweth for Mr. Christofer Bailyes graue, 6s. 8d."

Mem.--He last signs the accounts in 1661.

"1665.--Receipts for the Church: Mrs. Bayley's grave, 00 06 08."

In an indenture dated March 24, 1649, between "Waulter St. John and Henry St. John, of Battersey," and the parish of Wandsworth, the name of Christopher Bayley, chandler, appears.

Amongst the signatures to the Constitution of Vestry, on December 6, 1657, is "Chr. Bayley."

W300: Surrey, Wandsworth (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  OF WANSWORTH
ELIZABETH CROW OF WANSWORTH
R  E C
HER FARTHING E C
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The parish registers of Wandsworth give the following entry: "1664. July 3, Edward Crow and Elizabeth Cames, Banns."
W303: Surrey, Wandsworth (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  A dragon
IAMES STVBINGTON
R  I E S
IN WANDSWORTH I E S
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In the rate made April 27, 1630, for new building the steeple and "repayring" the church of Wandsworth, is this entry:

"James Stubbington, 2s."

In the poor rate made April 10, 1666, for Wandsworth is:

"James Stubington, sen., 1s. James Stubbington, jun., 1s."

In the poor rate made 1707, equal to about 4½d. in the £, William Stubbington appears as occupying a house at the Waterside, 9d., that is, £2 annual value; and in 1712 Widow Stubbington appears as the occupier, until 1726, when the value of the premises had risen to £4 per annum.

The following extracts are taken from the parish registers:

Marriage. 1628. Sep. 21, James Stubbington and Elizabeth Hayes.
Baptism. 1629. June 21, Elizabeth.
Baptism. 1630. Feb. 13, Elizabeth.
Baptism. 1633. Feb. 10, Katherine.
Baptism. 1634. Oct. 31, Elizabeth.
Baptism. 1636. Nov. 6, Margarett.
Baptism. 1640. Oct. 12, James.
Baptism. 1642. June 19, Willm.
Baptism. 1644. June 23, Mary.
Baptism. 1646. May 24, Anne.
Baptism. 1649. Sep. 9, Thomas.
Baptism. 1660. Dec. 21, Luke.
Baptism. 1663. May 3, James.
Baptism. 1664. Jan. 22, Charles.

All above are sons and daughters of James Stubbington.

Baptisms. 1668, Apr. 11, Martha, 1670/1, Feb 12, Hannah, daughters of James Stubbington, jun.

Baptisms. 1672, Mar. 16, James, 1675, Oct. 2, Elizabeth, son and daughter of James Stubbington,

Baptism. 1678. April 14, Frances, daughter of J.S., jun.
Baptism. 1680. Dec 22, William, son of J. S.
Burial. 1652. June 27, Thomas, son of J.S.
Burial. 1665/6. Feb. 27, James and Charles, sons of J.S. jun. P.
Burial. 1665/6. Feb. 28, Margarett, wife of J.S. jun. P.
Burial. 1665/6. Mar. 12, Luke, son of J.S., jun. P.
Burial. 1677. Dec. 4, the wife of James Stubbington, sen.

P.--Item, These all died of the Plague.

W304: Surrey, Wandsworth (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  The Bakers' Arms
WILLIAM WOLCOCKES
R  W C W
IN WANSWORTH BAKER W C W
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William Wilcocks was one of the members of the Wandsworth Vestry, as appears by his endorsement of December 6, 1677, on parchment attached to deed of Constitution of Vestry.

The floowing extracts are taken from the parish registers:

Marriage. 1635. June 25, Willm. Woolcock and Cecillia Burton.
Baptism. 1636. July 7, Anne, daughter of Willm. Woolcock.
Baptism. 1637. Dec. 12, Thomas, son of W.W.
Baptism. 1643. Aug. 1, Barbara, daughter of W.W.
Baptism. 1646. Jan. 10, Christopher, son of W.W.
Baptism. 1647. Mar. 9, Richard, son of W.W.
Baptism. 1649. Nov. 13, Sibbill, daughter of W.W.
Burial. 1648. May 24, Richard, son of W.W.
Burial. 1649. Sep. 17, Richard, son of W.W.
Burial. 1653. April 1, Mary, daughter of William Woodcock (Woolcock, sic)
Burial. 1655. Nov. 14, Sibbell, daughter of W.W.
Burial. 1658. Oct. 19, Sisseley, wife of W.W.
Burial. 1660. Sep. 6, William Woolcock, Baker.
Burial. 1678. July 21, Mary, ye second wife of William Woolcock.
Item. She did hang herself.

In the churchwardens' account for 1650 appear the following interesting memoranda:

"Receipes for the Poore: Rec;d of Emond Crips for Mr. Woolcoxe house for ye poore, li2 00 00."

william Woolcocks signs the accounts June, 1652.

In the churchwardens' accounts for 1654-5, 1655-6:

"1655. Disbursmts for Mrs. Smyths mony. Pd Mr. Woolcocks for bread for the poore, 01 01 03."

William Wolcocks signs this account.

William Wolcocks signs the Constitution of Vestry on December 6, 1657.

N.B.--The foregoing notes are most kindly contributed by Cecil T. Davis, Esq., B.A., Librarian of Wandsworth Public Library.

W306: Surrey, Wimbledon (Farthing): (1659)
O  A rose
THOMAS HEBVRNE
R  T E H
IN WIMBLETON 59 T E H
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W307: Surrey, Woking (Farthing): (1653)
O  Two shuttles
IAMES COLLYER IN
R  I R C
WOKING SVRREY 1653 I R C
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Date given as 1553 by Williamson, obviously an error.
1654. April 30, James Collyer, son of James Collyer, born
1654. May 17, James Collyer, son of James Collyer, baptized.
1655. May 27, Katheren Collyer, wife of James Collyer, died.
Kindly extracted from the parish registers by the Vicar.
W308: Surrey, Woking (Farthing): (Date Unknown)
O  The Mercers' Arms
RICHARD GARNER OF
R  R E G
WOKING IN SVRREY R E G
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The parish register reads:
1657, Jan. 14, William Collyer and Ellenor Gardener married.
1657. April 2, George Gardener, son of Richard Gardener, born.

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